Kissavos - Nature
Kissavos is a mountain with two sides: The barren and rocky north-western side and its south-eastern side, which is overgrown with forests.
Mixed vegetation, shrubby near the sea level, with plane and hydrophilic trees by the streams, gives its place to beech forests and spruce at higher altitudes. On the southern side, chestnut trees abound. The mountains of Kissavos are home to wild boars, hares, pheasants and partridges.
The tour of Kissavos enchants the visitor. Its slopes, hosting picturesque villages, are characterized by gorges and streams that create beautiful waterfalls and impressive canyons that lead to the golden lacy coasts of the Aegean Sea.
The mountaineering paths offered by Kissavos can satisfy both the simple hiker and the trained climber and scrambler.